For many first-years, ASPC elections can elicit disillusionment and apathy, writes Anjali Suva PO ’27.
On Friday, April 7, Scripps Associated Students (SAS) election winners were announced for the upcoming 2023-2024 academic year, after nearly 400 students voted in the election. Newly elected SAS Executive President Lily Dunkin SC ’24 expressed her approval of next year’s SAS board. She is especially excited to collaborate with
College students are notoriously unreliable when it comes to voter turnout – but Madison Lewis PO ‘24 says colleges have an opportunity to change that.
Pomona first-years voted in their first ASPC election before having survived even their first month of college. As a result, candidates were making false promises and unknowingly spreading misinformation about student government, argues Paul Yan ‘26.
In an unprecedented decision, Pitzer College’s Student Senate announced Wednesday evening that it would scrap the votes already cast in its ongoing student body election, planning to start anew following spring break.
A proposed 0.75 percent Claremont sales tax that supporters say would have boosted city revenues by $2.5 million appears headed toward defeat. But with more than 1,000 ballots from Tuesday’s special election yet to be counted, a community group supporting Measure CR isn’t conceding just yet.
Scripps Associated Students and ASPC recently announced their election results, and ASHMC passes a resolution allowing executive board members to receive stipends of up to $600.
India, under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is already an autocracy. But its current government controls people’s lives without granting them the peace and safety they are promised.
Shayok Chakraborty PO ’19 won a race to be a state Democratic delegate in a recount, after narrowly losing the race in the initial count.
On New Year’s Eve, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Massachusetts, announced her intention to run for president — a whopping 673 days before Election Day. In less than a month, more than five other major candidates have followed suit. For the next two years, coverage of their campaigns will crowd the airwaves.